About K-PARC

Working together to make things better for our children.

Who We Are

Thank you for visiting K-PARC! We are a group of families just like yours working together to make things better for our children.  It’s important to plan fun things to do together!  The best information and training is made available to share with each other and the professionals that work with our children.  And, connecting families to great services and the professionals that are doing great work.

What We Do

Kansas Department for Children and Families Logo The Kansas Post Adoption Resource Center provides no cost services to:

  • Families who have adopted from public child welfare in Kansas
  • Kinship families (adoption or guardianship) who reside in Kansas
  • Any adoptive family who has adopted a child from any state’s child welfare system and resides in Kansas

If this describes your family, give us a call or send an email.

 

Meet the Staff

Clarissa Maddy has been employed by KCSL since 2016. She has a BS Degree. Her background is in Early Education with child care and resource and referral for over 25 years.  Clairissa and her husband provided foster care to teens for 20 years in the 80’s and 90’s. She has three children: Shanon, Shelbe and Samantha. Her interests include reading, gardening and sports.

WICHITA/WEST 

(316) 558-8357

cmaddy@kcsl.org

 

 

Greg Lombard Rea, Post Adoption Services Coordinator in Topeka, is passionate about helping adoptive and kinship families learn the principles of TBRI so that they can be a source of healing in the lives of their “children from hard places.” He is a husband of 33 years and a dad to two  adult kids and two teenagers by adoption.  Greg has a Master’s degree from TCU and is a TBRI Practitioner.

SALINA/MANHATTAN/TOPEKA

(785) 215-6442

grea@kcsl.org

 

 

Kimberlin Voth, Post Adoption Service Coordinator in Kansas City,  is a Kansas State University Graduate with 4 years’ experience in child welfare. I love to play with my dog, Fetty, and go to movies alone. My favorite food would be a toss-up between Chick-Fil-A and Sushi. A cup of coffee every morning is a must for me, before I can even begin to function for my day. I hope to one day take a trip to Africa and work inside the orphanages. I don’t have any children at the moment but have a huge heart for kiddos and plan to adopt my own in the future.

KANSAS CITY AREA 

(913) 371-2220 x 1209

kvoth@kcsl.org